This week’s News from Liverpool Cathedral – a Place of Encounter
Catch up on the latest news from Liverpool Cathedral for Sunday, 30th January 2022
Welcome from Dean Sue
A very warm welcome to this week's e-news. January is drawing to a close and as we begin to see glimmers of hope in the garden and in the changing light we in the Churches liturgical year bring the Epiphany Season to a close with the Epiphany Carol Service on Sunday afternoon at 3pm. This service is a beautiful service and will be led by the Cathedral choir.
On Sunday Morning we will also be celebrating Candlemas and the concrete image suggested for this Sunday through the Exploring the Sunday Gospel material found at (www.prayerforliverpool.org) is light. Both services will focus on light and God’s gift of light to the world.
Lord Jesus Christ,
you bring light in darkness
and hope in despair.
Send your light into our lives,
so we may live to praise your name;
through time and through eternity.
Canon Mike is presiding and preaching at Holy Trinity, Southport this coming Sunday morning (30th).
Worship with us this week
Join us in person for 8:30am Morning Prayer and the 12:05 pm Eucharist on weekdays and Saturdays (Livestream at 8:30 on Sundays), and Evensong/Evening Prayer at 5:30pm on weekdays and 3pm on Saturdays. Click the following link and look below the main banner of our website beneath ‘Services’ for each day’s in-person service offerings and locations: www.liverpoolcathedral.org.uk/.
Prayer requests via our Prayer Wall
You can post prayer requests to us here.
If you would like somebody to be remembered in the Cathedral’s regular prayers please email Verger Keith James at: email@example.com The prayer list will begin anew every two months, so if you would like somebody to be prayed for by name over a longer period please remember to ask again.
Alpha On-line – Wednesdays, 7.30pm on Zoom
You are welcome to join us on-line for our Cathedral ‘Alpha’. A great opportunity for all who are inquiring about the Christian faith, or who are looking for a refresher. For more details, please go to: Exploring Faith: Liverpool Cathedral
Epiphany Carol Service
This Sunday 30th January at 3pm we mark the end of the Christmas and Epiphany season, and the ongoing hope we have in Christ, the Light of the World, with a carol service led by the Cathedral Choir.
Stitching Group - ‘Encountering Common Threads’
When: 1st Wednesday of the month (most months): next session: 2nd February
Where: The Radcliffe Learning Centre Liverpool Cathedral - access by stairs or lift
Who: Yarn & fabric stitchers of all abilities
Beginners to advanced — all welcome; stitch in the company of others, share skills, patterns, ideas and friendship.
Bring your own project to work on OR start one of ours.
Stay for the whole session or drop in for a while / in your lunch break.
Please bring your own refreshments OR take away options are available from the Cathedral’s Welsford Bistro.
You are welcome to attend the 12:05 Eucharistic Service and join us afterwards.
The Remarkable Story of Ruth: Thursday evenings on Zoom, continuing on 3rd February.
Hope, resilience and faithfulness in the face of adversity. Join us to find out how this Old Testament story speaks powerfully to our own times. For more information, please click here.
Chinees New Year takes place on 6 February and there will be some road closures around the Cathedral. For more information go to www.lcba.net
Sunday 6th February marks the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s Accession, the beginning of her Platinum Jubilee Year. The Bishop of Liverpool will preach at the 10:30am Sunday Eucharist, with civic representatives in attendance. In the afternoon the Cathedral ringers will attempt a full peal in the Tower.
21st Century Particle Physics: discussions on Science and Faith
8th Feb, 7:30 pm
During the week of 7th February, hundreds of scientists will gather for a workshop to discuss the next large collider project at CERN, the Future Circular Collider (FCC). Spurred on by the workshop, this public outreach event, to be held in the cathedral, brings together particle physicists and theologians to discuss the role of physics, science and religion.
- Professor Tara Shears, University of Liverpool
- Professor John Ellis, CERN and UCL
- Revd Canon Dr Mike Kirby, University of Liverpool
- Dr Andrew Pinsent, Ian Ramsey Centre, University of Oxford
- Professor Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University
Event is free and open to all. Book here.
Liverpool Cathedral Mothers’ Union - forthcoming events 2022
Join us every 2nd Monday of the month in Liverpool Cathedral Concert Room at 12.45 p.m. for coffee.
Speaker begins talk at 1 p.m. New members welcome.
14th February 2022
Canon Neal Barnes
To be decided
14th March 2022
Canon Bob Lewis
To be decided
For further details please contact branch secretary Mrs Jean Gratton on 0151 228 3248
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org